[D8547U], Letter from Samuel Insull to Edward Hibberd Johnson, March 23rd, 1885

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Title

[D8547U], Letter from Samuel Insull to Edward Hibberd Johnson, March 23rd, 1885

Editor's Notes

[TAE letterhead; LB020199A is letterpress copy] "I have got a cable from Dillwyn Parriah, urging me to send specimen instruments to him illustrative of your telephone invention. I have written to Bergmann, urging him to supply me with these instruments, which he promised to do some time ago. if you can assist me to get them, I think we can get some money out of these English patents. Can you also supply me with compies of your English specifications, in order to sned to London. This whle matter should be pushed vigorously, and the only way is to get the instruments from Bergmann quickly. I think, if you write him a note, you can do more with him than I can." [Marg.: "Sammy, See me, EHJ"]

Date

1885-03-23

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8547-F

Microfilm ID

78:847

Document ID

D8547U

Publisher

Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University
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